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  • A local implement dealership, a prominent tractor maker and the man who drove a tractor that malfunctioned and caused a fatal crash in 2015 in Audubon County have agreed to pay undisclosed amounts of money to settle lawsuits filed by the families of a man who died in the crash and another who was severely disabled by it, court records show.
  • Case dismissed for domestic terror suspect
    The weapons charge against a Jefferson man who allegedly plotted a shootout to the death with law officers was dismissed last week.
  • A 26-year-old Jefferson man is accused of stealing and selling more than $16,000 worth of video games that were part of a roommate’s collection.
  • The Carroll farmer who built a grain-distribution tower too close to the local airport — but who had approval to do so from the county’s zoning administrator — is challenging a county board’s refusal to let the tower stand.
  • No plea deal for jail camera destruction
    The 37-year-old former Carroll man who allegedly destroyed a jail camera last year as he was suffering from methamphetamine withdrawal will go to trial, court records show.
  • Accused neck stabber hires expert psychiatrist
    A 26-year-old Audubon man accused of stabbing another man in the neck with a knife last month has hired a forensic psychiatrist to aid his defense, court records show.
  • The husband of a beloved school teacher who was struck and killed by a pickup truck last year as she rode a bicycle is suing the truck’s driver for an unspecified amount of money.
  • A 44-year-old southwest Iowa woman admits that she conspired to kill the abusive father of her grandchildren and also a woman who set fire to her house as part of an insurance fraud plot in 2015.
  • Boblett brothers get plea deal for hog heists
    The Coon Rapids twins accused of stealing more than 250 hogs from two farms will face up to five years in prison, according to a plea agreement with the county prosecutor.
  • Behrens to admit to vehicular homicide
    The 27-year-old Carroll man who allegedly caused a fatal crash in April will face up to 10 years in prison for the crime, according to his plea agreement.
  • Carroll city leaders violated a man’s constitutional right to due process when they ruled his dog is vicious and forced the animal from town, the man’s lawyer argued Thursday in court.
  • The owner of Doc’s Stadium Bar and Grill in Jefferson will pay an $8,000 fine, lose his privilege to hunt for a year and forfeit a shotgun and one of the largest bucks ever shot in the state because he poached the deer, court records show.
  • Scammer faces two decades in prison
    A former Humboldt financial adviser who stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from longtime clients and friends was sentenced Wednesday to up to 20 years in prison.
  • Grain tower is ‘going to kill someone’
    Someone will crash a plane into a farmer’s grain-distribution tower that extends about 60 feet into the local airport’s protected airspace if it isn’t lowered, pilots testified in court on Tuesday.
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